Presented by Rockridge Films
For many years, Indian Arm has been a prime location for day cruises from Vancouver. One sight that cannot be missed is the renowned Wigwam Inn. Though privately owned and inaccessible to the public, its distinctive design and historic charm can still be appreciated from the water. With it's strange and intriguing history spanning 100 years, the Wigwam Inn will be documented for the first time on film.
The Rockridge Advanced Film program was started in 2016 as a means to encourage and foster students who were interested in film studies at post-secondary institutions. The first film produced by students was Longshot: The Brian Upson Story, followed last year by an adaptation of a Stephen King short story called Grey Matter. This year the students have set their sights on the charismatic building that sits alone at the end of Indian Arm, BC.
*This event is general seating